Snohomish County detectives investigate fatal pedestrian hit-and-run
Posted on Friday, August 14th, 2020 at 11:00 am
EVERETT, WA – Snohomish County investigators blocked the area around the 3100 block of 110th St SE on Thursday night to continue an investigation into a fatal accident that left one person dead on August 8.
The 3100 block of 110th St SE (Everett) will be closed for a couple hours while CIU detectives investigate a hit and run vehicle vs pedestrian fatality that occurred 8/8 around midnight. Anyone with information about this incident, please contact our office or send us a message.
— snocosheriff (@SnoCoSheriff) August 13, 2020
Detectives urge the public to come forward if they have any information about this fatal hit-and-run, in which a vehicle struck a pedestrian and then fled.
Snohomish County has not confirmed the identity of the pedestrian that was killed.
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